How to Calculate New Jersey Income Tax Withholdings Automatically
Payroll tax calculation should NOT be headache for small businesses. ezPaycheck payroll software can help you calculate Federal tax, Social Security tax, Medicare tax, unemployment tax, local taxes and deductions automatically. It can prints paychecks on blank stock and pre-printed check. It also prints tax forms w2, w3, 941 and 940.
ezPaycheck payroll software has been trusted by thousands of successful businesses for more than one decade. It helps you process payroll taxes, print paychecks and file tax forms easily and smoothly.
If you have not installed this software, you can download and try it free for 30 days with no obligation and no credit card needed. This paycheck software is compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2003 and Vista systems.
Payroll Software Saves NJ Businesses Time and Money by Calculating the Taxes Automatically
EzPaycheck Payroll software is a good choice for many small business employers. Once you set up company and employee, ezPaycheck will calculate New Jersey income tax for you automatically.
Set up Company and Choose the Right Pay Period
Start ezPaycheck application, click the left menu "Company Settings" then click the sub menu "Company" to open the company setup screen. Please make sure you select the correct Pay Period there. ezPaycheck can support monthly, semi-monthly, weekly, bi-weekly and daily.
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Add a New Employee and Set up the Tax Option
Start ezPaycheck application, click the left menu "Employees" then click the sub menu "Add Employee" to add employee profile. EzPaycheck calculates state tax based on employee address.
Add an Employee and Enter the Tax Option
Generate and Print a Paycheck. You will see tax information on paystubs.
Why There Is No New Jersey Withholding Taken out of My Paycheck?
If you cannot see the New Jersey tax on the paycheck, do not worry about it. Your employee's income may not be high enough to withhold NJ state income tax. You can test it by increasing the pay rate. Or you can refer to the New Jersey tax tables there for more details.